Nanoneedle breakthrough gives hope for cheaper cancer treatment [24-08-2023]
A multidisciplinary team led by ARC Future Fellow Dr. Roey Elnathan, from Deakin University´s School of Medicine, and ARC Laureate Professor Nicolas Voelcker, from Monash University´s Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MIPS), has harnessed the power of nano-injection technology to improve outcomes in one of the world´s newest forms of cancer immunotherapies, CAR-T cell therapy.
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